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Annual Singers' Soirée

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Our annual Annual Singers' Soirée will be happening tomorrow in the Kent Hall Foyer.  Please come along and support our Music Department.


Metamorphosis - PHS School Play

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Our school play runs next week from 24 - 26 April 2018.  Tickets can be purchased via Quicket  on the following link or from the school shop during their operating hours.

In a show devised by our company of actors, "Metamorphosis" is a collection of thoughts and feelings about the changes that we go through - as teenagers and young adults -  in this amazing time of political, gender and race change. "Metamorphosis" is our first step in rewriting our history, and making new endings to old fairy tales.

English & History Teacher Vacancy

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We have an English and History Teacher vacancy. Follow the link for further details.


Cape Town Marimba Festival - Support our Marimba Band

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The marimba band will once again participate in the Cape Town Marimba Festival, which will be held at the Baxter Theatre on Saturday, 21 April. The concert will start at 19h30, and tickets can be purchased through Webtickets at a cost of R120 for adults and R70 for students. 
Funds raised by the concert are administered by the Cape Town Big Band Jazz Festival and will be used for music development projects in Cape Town.
Kindly support our music student to raise funds for this worthy initiative.

Outdoor Club Conquers the People's Trail

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Our Outdoor Club conquered the People's Trail this last weekend. The hike started on Saturday morning at Constantia Nek where the hikers walked up Orange Kloof and Disa Gorge. They then spent the night on the mountain at The People's Hut.  The highlight was watching the sun set over the Atlantic Ocean from the top of Kasteelspoort.

On Sunday morning the club hiked up Maclear's Beacon (the highest point on Table Mountain which is 1086m above sea level) and then descended the mountain via Platteklip Gorge. The hikers thoroughly enjoyed this 2-day, 15km trail.

Thank you to the teachers who gave up their weekend to accompany the students.